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From GoLocalProv by Cristiana Quinn, GoLocalProv College Admissions Expert:
This week, Roger Williams University became the latest college to adopt a test-optional policy, allowing students to apply without SAT or ACT scores. RWU joins more than 850 colleges from around the country that have decided to de-emphasize standardized test scores in their admissions process. The trend began in 1969 with Bowdoin College in Maine; other colleges began to follow.
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